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Chasing Our Tails Launches New Website

The new site showcases the company’s beloved, award-winning brands Canine Crinkles, Terrific Trainers, and Opti-Chew as well as many other products.





(PRESS RELEASE) ST. CHARLES, MN – Chasing Our Tails, Inc. ( announced that it has launched its new website. The new site showcases the company’s beloved, award-winning brands Canine Crinkles, Terrific Trainers, and Opti-Chew as well as many other products such as no-odor bully sticks, body parts, and smoked marrow bones. The site also communicates the company’s core values — offering high quality products that are made in the USA with protein as the first ingredient.

“What is the ONE word that comes to mind when treating your dog?” asks Elena Kalogeropoulos, CEO of Chasing Our Tails. “At Chasing Our Tails that word is, FUN! We wanted to infuse that tone into our new website while also communicating the quality of our products.”

The ecommerce enabled site allows consumers who can’t find the company’s products at retail the ability to purchase direct. In addition, its wholesaler portal allows retailers the ability to register as a dealer and purchase products at wholesale prices. Dealers can simply visit the website, hit the ‘Wholesale’ button, and then click ‘Register’ to create an account with the company. This allows retailers that can’t find the company’s products at their favorite distributor an option to carry them direct.

The new website sets the stage for the company’s 2023 branding and marketing push. Its goal is for Chasing Our Tails and its sub-brands to be household names by 2025. It’s upcoming branding campaign includes streaming TV, online and social advertising.

To experience the new website, learn more about the company, or to become a dealer please visit

About Chasing Our Tails

Headquartered in St. Charles, MN, Chasing Our Tails specializes in the production of branded premium single- and limited-ingredient pet treat and chew products. It specializes in dehydrated, freeze-dried, and extruded treats and animal parts like Smoked Bones. The company was formed in 2009 and currently operates more than 500,000 square feet of production space. To learn more visit




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